Car Accident claims


Most car accident claims are settled without a lawsuit. This figure was calculated based on all claims that were filed and resolved by the insurer. From there it is determined how much money was paid out in claims paid to you. I have tried to take the cost of this award into account with this number, but I need to remind people that the costs of settlement, legal fees, and the cost of your insurance have been deducted from this number.
New-Vehicle Sales After 9/11/2001:
This figure is a straight calculation of total sales of all new vehicles during September 2001.These are vehicles which were ordered to be manufactured before September 11th.That is, vehicles ordered in September, prior to September 11th, 2001.This figure does not include some imports. For example, a Chinese-made vehicle may not have a warranty while trucks may have not warranties either, so getting a Las Vegas truck accident lawyer can help to cover the legal basis of these accidents. The number is an estimated number. Any numbers that are lower than estimated are figures which cannot be determined. If you have an issue with this figure, contact your local dealer.
Fixed-Vehicle Sales After 9/11/2001:
This figure is a straight calculation of total sales of all fixed-vehicle sales during September 2001.These are vehicles which are sold by a dealership who has sold a certain amount of vehicles of the same model (for example a VW Beetle and a Ford Taurus) during that month. These sales do not include some imports. For example, a Chinese-made vehicle may not have a warranty. The number is an estimated number. Any numbers that are lower than estimated are figures which cannot be determined. If you have an issue with this figure, contact your local dealer.
Insurance Related Estimates:
This figure is the result of deducting the average of all personal and commercial automobile accidents in each U.S. city.
Annual Property & Casualty Losses:
This figure is a straight calculation of property and casualty losses in the U.S. due to car accidents. This figure is not a figure for damages from terrorist attacks. This figure does not include the additional annual insurance losses resulting from the various vehicle configurations. There are a number of factors in the calculation of these insurance losses. These factors include the strength of insurance, the ratio of a vehicle’s base MSRP to the MSRP of other cars on the road, car crashworthiness, vehicle age, damage caused by weather, debris in the road, and damage caused by a lien holder or third party. These values and other variables are used to arrive at the estimated annual property and casualty losses. Some states report multiple separate numbers. These estimates have been adjusted to reflect this.
Out-of-State Insurance Claims:
These estimates represent the number of all claims on out-of-state auto insurance policies filed between September 11, 2001 and November 30, 2002.These estimates do not include other related loss figures. These losses do not include liability, theft, or damage to the actual or legal owner’s car. These estimates do not include any data on claims filed to adjust the value of a leased car or on commercial liens.